Electronic Medical Records Market Analysis | United States | 2012-2018 | MedCore

Electronic Medical Records Market Analysis | United States | 2012-2018 | MedCore

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There has been a focus on developing ambulatory electronic medical records (EMRs) to ensure a larger and more encompassing healthcare network for patient care across the United States. As physicians are at
the forefront of healthcare, the U.S. federal government has stepped in to propel ambulatory EMR adoption. Meaningful Use incentives have spurred the rapid adoption of EMR systems in the U.S.
healthcare network, with many healthcare providers focusing on the installation and implementation of EMR systems in order to qualify for government incentives. This surging demand for EMR systems has
driven new growth and will establish a steady stream of future revenue for EMR vendors. Thus, strong market growth will be realized as the majority of healthcare providers implement an EMR system over the
2011–2018 forecast period.

  • Year: 2012
  • Scope: 2008-2018
  • Region: United States
  • Published Date: 12/1/2012
  • Pages: 88
  • Type: MedCore

In 2011, the U.S. market for ambulatory electronic medical records was valued at over $1.2 billion.
There has been a focus on developing ambulatory electronic medical records (EMRs) to ensure a larger and more encompassing healthcare network for patient care across the United States. As physicians are at the forefront of healthcare, the U.S. federal government has stepped in to propel ambulatory EMR adoption. Meaningful Use incentives have spurred the rapid adoption of EMR systems in the U.S. healthcare network, with many healthcare providers focusing on the installation and implementation of EMR systems in order to qualify for government incentives. This surging demand for EMR systems has driven new growth and will establish a steady stream of future revenue for EMR vendors. Thus, strong market growth will be realized as the majority of healthcare providers implement an EMR system over the forecast period.
Scope: This report pertains to a forecast period of 10 years (2008 – 2018) for the U.S.
Report Contents:
• Competitor Analysis
• Identified Strategic Opportunities
• Market Overview by Segment & Country
• Trend Analysis by Segment & Country
• Market Drivers & Limiters
• Mergers & Acquisitions
• Customer Feedback and Market Monitoring
Main Segments Included:
• EMR vs. EHR
• HIMSS Analytics EMR Adoption Model
• Implementation of Computerized Physician Order Entry
• Acute vs. Ambulatory EMR
• EMR Hardware
• EMR Software
• EMR Financing Options
Companies Included:
• GE Healthcare
• Epic
• Cerner Corporation
• eClinicalWorks
• NextGen Healthcare
• McKesson Corporation
• Vitera Healthcare Solutions
• e-MDs
• Amazing Charts
• 4 Medical
• 7 Medical
• Advanced MD
• AthenaHealth
• Greenway Medica Technologies
• Healthland
• Lumeris
• Optum Insight
• Practice Fusion
• QuadraMed
• Razor Insights
• Allscripts Healthcare Solutions
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